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No, this is not Shirk, Here is a link If you really want to know what Shirk is. What is shirk?


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Yes Abu Hurairah (My Allah be pleased with him) reported: The messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "Allah the Exalted says: 'I am as my slave expects me to be, and I am with him when he remembers Me. If he remembers Me inwardly, I will remember him inwardly, and if he remembers Me in an assembly, I will remember him in a better assembly (i.e., in the assembly of ...


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As I understand your question, you are asking whether wrong thoughts/negative feelings (such as jealousy, anger, hate etc) are caused only by sinful actions. The answer in my humble opinion is no. Firstly, only Allah (SWT) knows the true inner thoughts of a person and what one may perceive as a bad thought ("inner sin") may turn out to be a positive thing. ...


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Please refer to the answer to your related question here. A spouse, parent and child will always receive a share. A sibling may get a share in the absence of a male parent or child, according to the school of thought. So in the following case each of the listed heirs will receive a share: Spouse, Mother, Daughter, Sibling, provided that the father is not ...


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We find in the sunnah: He who finds a rak'ah of the prayer, he in fact finds the prayer. (In Sahih al-Bukhari and Sahih Muslim and elsewhere) This is the criterion and basis on which we can decide whether or not we have prayed on time. This is also the basis that decides whether or not we have prayed in a congregation as one variations of the hadith ...


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He is a child a child doesn't know right and wrong ,he may understand it on the surface but doesn't realize it internally till puberty.He has to make mistakes so he can learn .Its important not to interfere in his learning and natural development.


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It depends. This should be applicable for muslim scholars and laymen the same way. Case-Allowed to reveal If the crime committed is such that it has oppressed another human(s) then the listener of act(or mufti) is supposed to complain to the authorities or stop the act immediately (if the act is ongoing) in his capacity(he can't take down a mob of armed ...


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Answer: certainly not. When some act is sinful then Allah the Almighty in His deep knowledge and wisdom has declared anything related to it as sinful. The best example actually is Zina where even coming close to it is blamed. As for alcohol or riba a whole lot of people who are directly involved with it are blamed and also some people who are indirectly ...


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She could sue him for extramarital sex, given that she finds more witnesses (doesn't seem too hard if this man continually cheats)... The easiest solution would be to divorce this man, if she finds her situation unbearable.


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Your questions about waswas overlap with many areas of inquiry. A real answer has to take into account not just religious doctrines but also possible physiological and psychological factors. In that sense they are at least partly off-topic here except if we adopt the view of a particular brand of Muslim holistic polymath scholars who believe that for full ...


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The mentioned liquid/emission is either madhi, in case ejaculation of semen not taking place and is due to sexual arousal, or, wadhi, in case of the ejaculation of semen taking place. In both case the liquid is pure/tahir and you do not have to redo your ghusul or purify yourself. It is also recommended to urinate after ejaculation of semen.


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You're drawing the wrong conclusions, unfortunately. People who convert to Islam do so because of some good within them through which they seek the truth and Allah guides them to Islam, not because of the sins they commit but rather in spite of them. No convert ever attributed sin as the reason for their conversion. They attribute being attracted to the ...


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Yes. There is consensus that it is forbidden to slay non-combatant women and children during war. Additionally, the view of the majority is that it is also forbidden to slay very old men. This has been cited in the exegesis of the following verse; as women, children and old men are from those who do not participate in fighting and killing them is ...


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